La Jolla Girl Scouts pay tribute to Ashley Heffington

Girls cross through the “arc of silence” as the ceremony begins.

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Photo by Brittany Comunale

Local Girl Scouts recently remembered one of their troop members, Ashley Heffington, who was injured in a car accident on Dec.31, 2009, and died two weeks later. They designed and bought a picnic table to honor her memory and put it at Kate Sessions Park, where the fourth grader liked to play. More photos at www.lajollalight.com

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